With each ensuing version of Windows Server, Microsoft adds more functionality to the virtualization technologies that combine to form the software-defined data center. Administrators might not realize their investment in this server OS consolidates hardware resources — servers, networking devices and storage — to form a scalable virtualized infrastructure.
The IT operations team benefits from the added control through new tools, such as the Windows Admin Center that Microsoft tailored for managing and deploying hyper-converged clusters. This guide helps administrators get up to speed with the virtualized components in Windows Server 2019 that combine to form the Microsoft SDDC.
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